Prostate Cancer may be Made Aggressive by these 600 RNA Molecules
RNA molecules that regulate action of male hormone in prostate cancer have been identified by a recent research. These lncRNAs are powerful regulators of gene expression. They...
2 days ago - Medindia Health
Biometric measurements led to more accurate IOL power calculations
The use of an optical biometer for biometric measurements led to accurate IOL power calculations for several IOL power formulas. The prospective interventional multicenter...
11 days ago - Healio
Weekend Link Love - Edition 511
Research of the Week Open workspaces impair collaboration, cause workers to “withdraw” from face-to-face social contact . Skinny-fat isn't just a bad look. It presages...
13 days ago - Mark's Daily Apple
Do Older Adults Who Meet 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines Have Better Physical Performance Than Those Who Do Not Meet?
Background and Purpose: An observed consequence of aging is a decline in muscle performance that includes a loss in both muscle strength and muscle power. This decline can lead...
1 month ago - LWW - 2 articles
Midweek Quick Cooking: Matcha Collagen Fuel Latte
Whether you're looking for a coffee substitute or a Primal treat, this Matcha Latte offers plenty of flavor and goodness. Primal Kitchen® Collagen supports healthy connective...
1 month ago - Mark's Daily Apple
Study Shows Link Between Strong Muscles and a Strong Brain
By Dr. Mercola Science has linked the benefit of physical exercise to brain health for many years. In fact, compelling evidence suggests physical exercise not only helps build...
1 month ago - Mercola - 2 articles
Green Tea Boosts Heart and Brain Health
By Dr. Mercola High quality teas - green tea in particular - contain polyphenol antioxidants recognized for their disease prevention and antiaging properties. Polyphenols can...
1 month ago - Mercola
“Memory Sunday” Event to Raise Dementia Awareness Among Faith Communities
The City of Boston, the Executive Office of Elder Affairs, Alzheimer's Association of MA/NH and other organizations are sponsoring the first “Memory Sunday” event in the...
1 month ago - Massachusetts Healthy Aging Collaborative
Latest research shows astaxanthin to be a powerful anti-aging agent
Astaxanthin was found to be a potent anti-aging agent, according to a mouse study published in the Endocrine Journal. The study was carried out by a team of researchers from...
1 month ago - Natural News
Sulforaphane May Prevent Alzheimer's
By Dr. Mercola Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower are prized for their cancer-fighting powers, which come, in part, from the organosulfur compound...
1 month ago - Mercola
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Drug Under Clinical Trial to Treat Parkinson's Also Supports Heart Health in...
New drug in a clinical trial developed to treat Parkinson's disease symptoms also treat heart failure in animals, says researcher from Johns Hopkins Medicine.
A Typical Communication Pattern of People with Alzheimer's Disease
As people live longer, we're seeing an increase in how many deal with cognitive problems such as dementia. It can be an embarrassing problem, when your mind starts to fail you...
Aggressive Immune Cells Linked to Parkinson's Disease
Possible cause of Parkinson's disease in the patient's immune system is found by a team of researchers from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg.
Menopause Quiz: Test Your Knowledge
From hot flashes and weight gain to vaginal dryness and hormones, how much do you know about the realities and misconceptions of menopause?
Massachusetts Senate OKs Bill To Help Those With Alzheimer's
The bill was approved unanimously by the Senate on Thursday. It now heads back to the House.
Ticks and Illness; Stool Tests and Mortality: It's PodMed Double T!
This week's topics include tick-borne illness, late life blood pressure and stroke, a simple ED intervention to reduce suicidality, and fecal occult blood and mortality.
Design of DREAM study raises questions
Welcome to anotheredition of CEDARS/ASPENS Debates. CEDARS/ASPENS is a joint society of cornea, cataract and refractive surgery specialists, here to discuss some of the latest...
Financial Abuse of Senior Citizens
Roughly 35 percent of the 25 million persons in the U.S. at age 71 or above have mild cognitive impairment or dementia, according to a Duke University study.
Working with Elder Parents in Planning Financially for their Long Term Care
You may be taking care of elderly parents now or looking at that possibility in the near future. According to a report from USATODAY/ABCNews/Gallup Poll, 41% of baby boomers...
The Perfect Holiday Caregiver: Its all a state of mind
The holidays are always a wonderful time of year for family gatherings, reflection on what we have and the spirit of giving. The television is packed with specials showing...